Selected Community Events
Cassopolis Fall Festival
Village Hall in Cassopolis Michigan
Bring your family out for a day of fun! We have food vendors, arts and craft vendors, art show, pool tournament, hayrides, kids games and bounce house, face painting, pumpkin carving/decorating contest, prizes, local bands and talent, and so much more.
We are also looking for more vendors for that day so please grab a vendor application and bring your business to Cassopolis!
Shakara Blount 2694457197
SAINT HEDWIG POLISH FESTIVAL
331 South Scott Street
SOUTH BEND INDIANA
FESTIVAL WITH CASH RAFFLE, POLISH FOOD, CHICKEN, SAUSAGE, SWEET AND SOUR CABBAGE, CABBAGE ROLLS, POLISH NOODLES, DESSERTS, DANCING, CASH BAR.
287-8932, ROSE ANN BENASSI
North Webster Heart of the Harvest Fall Festival
Lions Club Mermaid Festival Grounds, corner of West Washington and Blaine streets, 2 blocks west of downtown stoplight at SR 13 and Washington, North Webster, IN 46555
Join the family friendly activities from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 27, Lions Club Mermaid Festival Grounds, corner of West Washington and Blaine streets, two blocks west from downtown North Webster.
All day fun will include bounce houses, Animal-Grams petting zoo, pony rides,and pot-bellied piglet races and kids carnival games free for all to enjoy. The every popular cake walk is from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. with pumpkin decorating with markers from 1:30 p.m.-3 p.m. Winners announced at 3 p.m.
The famous soup booth will feature four varieties from local eateries and caterers including bread bowls and ceramic bowls to purchase. Sandwiches will also be sold on the grounds.
Vendors will show ideas for fall and Christmas.
Stop by for a fun family time sponsored by the North Webster-Tippecanoe Township Chamber of Commerce.
Family Fall Festival
Evangelical Covenant Church, 3025 Edison Rd, SB 46615
Family Fun Fall Festival Games and events for the entire family!
ECCSB (574)234-5619 (Church Office phone number)
201 John Glenn Drive, Walkerton, Campus of JGHS
Festival for all ages. Carnival rides. Food Galore. Parades.
Fireworks. Stunt Shows. Tractor Pull. Petting Zoo. Games.
Homemade Apple Butter & Apple Dumplings. Entertainment.
Puppet Shows. Garage Sales. Farmers Mkt & Mums.
Breakfasts. Fish Fry. Pork Chop Dinner. Port-a-pit.
Ribeyes. Polish Dinner and more. www.falloweenfest.com
Ray Grossman, 574-586-3195, x8218.
Fall Festival at St. Paul's Lutheran Church
1340 Sycamore Street, Niles, MI 49120
Silent Auction for two handmade quilts. Multiple Raffles.
Crafts, Jewelry, Candles, Farm Produce, etc.
Homemade Jellies, Jams, and Candies.
Church office 269-683-0771
Trail of Courage Living History Festval
4 miles north of Rochester, Indiana, on US 31 & CR 375 N.
Trail of Courage
Living History Festival
Food, Frontier Music, Indian dances, Traders
Admissions: $7.00 Adults, $3.00 Kids 6-11, 5 & under free
4 miles north of Rochester, Ind. on US 31 & Tippecanoe River. No dogs or animals allowed except to assist handicapped and pre-approved program animals.
Fulton Co. Hist. Soc. 574-223-4436 Website: www.fultoncountyhistory.org
Produced in cooperation with the Fulton County Tourism Commission
and Indiana Arts Commission.
Fun for the whole family!!!
Melinda Clinger, Museum Director
Camp Mack Festival
This is a day of fun and festivities for the whole family!
Enjoy a variety of foods, crafts, demonstrations, activities, entertainment, train rides, hayrides, horse-drawn carriage rides, and pontoon boat rides. You can also vote for your favorite scarecrow, check out the silent auction, or attend the live auction featuring quilts, comforters, theme baskets, books, hand-crafted items, and antiques.
Ages: All ages of kids and adults are welcome! Handicap parking and transportation is available for those with special needs.
Fee: Free admission and parking.